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English definition of “further”

further

adverb
 
 
/ˈfɜːðər/
MORE B2 more: He refused to discuss the matter further. Are these prices likely to be reduced any further? Have you got any further (= achieved any more) with your research?Also, extra, and in addition
PLACE/TIME B1 comparative of far adverb: at or to a place or time that is a longer distance away: Let's walk a bit further down the road. I can't remember any further back than that.Distant in space and time
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